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Britney spears dementia : Jamie Spears, Britney Spears’ father, is said to have stated that his daughter suffers from dementia.

Jamie and her conservatorship — a formal guardianship that gives Jamie control over her finances and daily life — have been embroiled in legal wrangling for a long time.

Since her public breakdown more than a decade ago, she has been under guardianship.

According to court documents, Britney Spears’ father Jamie believes the star has dementia

britney spears dementiaThe matter has gotten more heated recently, with Spears planning to address the court shortly. Meanwhile, interest in the case has grown, and the #FreeBritney movement has attracted more supporters, demanding that the singer be released from conservatorship.

According to the Daily Mail, the claims of dementia will be explored in a documentary by journalist Mobeen Azhar that will air in the United Kingdom this week.

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Jamie, 68, claims his daughter, 39, has cognitive deterioration as reason for his continued control over her assets, according to the publication.

In “The Battle For Britney: Fans, Cash, and a Conservatorship,” Azhar compares rumours of dementia to a “conspiracy theory,” according to DM.

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A few of fan sites have claimed to have obtained papers related to the conservatorship,” the journalist stated.

“You must check a box that justifies the rationale, and the box that must be checked says: ‘The order is relevant to dementia placement or treatment as described.'”

Spears intends to speak to the court in person at a future session.

It’s unclear whether her present address has anything to do with the reported dementia claim.

In a hearing on Tuesday, the pop star’s court-appointed lawyer, Samuel D. Ingham III, said he planned to make a request for the singer to “address the court directly” on a “expedited basis” in 30 days.

Ingham III informed Judge Brenda Penny, “The conservatee has requested that I seek from the court a status hearing at which she can address the court directly.

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